Monthly Archives: February 2014

Jerry Seinfeld Makes Us Laugh (and Cry) About Bedtime . . . Here’s the Royal Plan

By Katherine Eskovitz (fast forward to 3:42 min. to see parenting segment) Jerry, thank you as always for telling it like it is:  “The bedtime routine for my kids is like this Royal Coronation Jubilee Centennial of rinsing and plaque...
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Babble: Maybe We Need Parental Controls For Our Own Screen Time

This morning, as I lay on my back in yoga class on an escape far from home, glancing up through the window in the yurt ceiling, I saw out of the corner of my eye a man in the fetal...
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DotComplicated: Sometimes, Being A Good Mom Means Giving Up A Little Control

Before I was a mom, I thought I could control most everything in my life, and for the most part I did. I was the lead in the school play, the president of student council, and the girlfriend to the...
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Huffington Post: From Instagram to a Bedtime Plan, Brain Science Rejects Helicopter Parenting

Before I was a mom, I thought I could control most everything in my life, and for the most part, I did. I was the lead in the school play, the president of student council and the girlfriend to the...
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